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Tea infused Christmas cocktail recipes from Drury

31 October 2017

London based coffee roaster and tea blender, The Drury Tea & Coffee Company, has developed two very different Christmas cocktails that are sure to appeal to tea lovers during the festive season.

The new concoctions, served in vintage ‘1924’ glassware provided by Artis, have been christened Saint Nick’s Sidecar’ and ‘Winter Wonderland’.

In each case, the liquor has been infused with tea using Drury’s Christmas tea, which is seasonally available now.

Drury’s Christmas tea pyramids don’t just make a great cup of tea, they also help make the perfect Christmas tipple.

All you need to do is infuse one Drury Christmas pyramid teabag in your chosen spirit for at least 60 minutes, then squeeze the teabag well and discard.

This year’s cocktails use brandy and are as follows:


This is a take on the famous Sidecar cocktail Ingredients:
3 measures Christmas tea-infused brandy
1 measure Triple sec
1 measure Lemon juice
Method: Shake all the ingredients with ice and serve in an ice-filled vintage 1924 cocktail glass.
Garnish with a dehydrated orange slice.


A decadent nod to the Brandy Alexander Ingredients:
1 measure Christmas tea-infused brandy
1 measure Crème de cacao
1 measure Single cream Freshly ground nutmeg
Method: Shake all the ingredients with ice and serve in an ice-filled vintage 1924 cocktail glass.
Top with a dusting of nutmeg.

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